A guided tour that offers - A moving encounter with 800-year-old buildings - An impregnable landscape over the Ariège valley and the peaks - A discovery of the Middle Ages and pastoralism, with the observation of the castle of Lordat and thousands of terraces cultivated in the 800th centuryGuided tour The so-called Corniche road follows the Ariège valley from a balcony over the Tabe massif. It connects the small villages where the churches, jewels of Ariège Romanesque, have been housed, sporting stone steeples, porches and sculptures, for 2 years. Reorganized for the needs of worship, they offer visitors a unique set of sculptures and architecture to visit absolutely in 2 circuits offered between 3 and 6 hours. The Tourist Office in Luzenac (2, rue de la Mairie) is the starting point for the 3 circuits where carpooling can be organised. • The “Three Jewels of Roman Art” circuit begins with the church of Vernaux (Luzenac-Vernaux, 4 km), then that of Axiat (Vernaux-Axiat, 9 km) passing through the village of Lordat dominated by its castle, then the loop ends with that of Unac (Axiat-Unac, 2 km) which is 2 km from Luzenac. (duration 15h2) • The circuit “The mural painting of Romanesque churches” begins with Unac (Luzenac – Unac, 5 km), then that of Vernaux (Unac – Vernaux, 11 km), Verdun (Vernaux – Verdun, 5 km), to finish in Bouan (Verdun – Bouan, 12 km), return to Luzenac if carpooling in 3 km. (duration 2 hours) Here are some of our most beautiful Romanesque churches, to visit urgently - Unac: Saint-Martin church, masterpiece of Romanesque sculpture. - Axiat: Saint-Saturnin church and its imposing Cluniac bell tower (closed to the public, visible from the outside)- Vernaux: Sainte-Marie church, a freshly restored gem.Timetables Duration from 3h to 14h depending on the circuit, meeting at 6pm. Registration at your tourist office Meeting point: at the Luzenac Tourist Information Point (XNUMX, rue de la Mairie) Travel: With your car, in organized carpooling, if possible, from the meeting point.